Teodoro A. Agoncillo is considered one of the most important historians of our time. His new brand of historiography did away with conventional ways of writing the history of Philippines—through the eyes of foreigners—and introduced a more Filipino-centric style, seeing the events of the Philippines unfold through the eyes of Filipinos. Today, his works are considered essential to the study of Philippine history, and have also transcended to the realm of classic literature. Marcos for his contributions to Philippine History. Bernardita Reyes Churchill.

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History of the Filipino People by Teodoro A. Comprehensive overview of Philippine History including Pre-Spanish life and culture, Spanish rule, the Filipino -American War, American rule, and the campaign for Independence, among other subjects. Get A Copy.

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This was the textbook that we used in our mandatory Philippine History course in university. I don't know where my copy is now I need to look for it in some forgotten box somewhere , but I remember how informative this book was, and not in a boring way. I especially liked the section on customs and culture because it was the first time that I had read something that explained certain quirks we Filipinos have.

A historian friend of mine once told me that history sometimes depends on the perspect This was the textbook that we used in our mandatory Philippine History course in university.

View all 7 comments. Recommended to Hud-c by: My beloved History Professor. Shelves: fil-lit , non-fiction , reviewed. Memorization lang kasi e so di kailangan ng sobrang pag-intindi. Dates lang kung kelan namatay si ganito, piniramahan ang isang kasulatang ganire, ilang barko ang natira sa expedisyon ni Magellan, ilan ang naging girlfriend ni Rizal bago naging sila ni Josephine Bracken, saan pinunit ang sedula etc.

Pag kasaysayan, memorizatipon lang ang katapat, un ang akala ko. Nung pumasok na ko ng college. Nag-iba ang mundo. First year, second semester. Nagkaroon ako ng isang klase na ginamit na reading material ang librong ito. Eye-opener, enlightening, educational, nurturing anu pa bang english words ang pwedeng magamit?

Maganda ang pagka-expound ng mga detalye tungkol sa history ng Pilipinas. Hindi lang binibigyan ng sagot ang mga tanong na sino, paano, ano, kelan at saan , pati na rin ang bakit at pati na rin ang mga consequences ng mga pangyayari.

To further explain, for example, kung pumayag ba si Rizal sa gusto ni Bonifacio, mas napadali ba ang rebolusyon? Para sakin, mas na-apreaciate ko ang kasaysayan ng bansa sa pagbabasa nito.

Naging clear kung anu meaning ng salitang kasaysayan - kuwentong may saysay. Maganda kung magagamit ito hindi lang sa curriculum sa college kundi maging sa hayskul man.

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Teodoro Agoncillo

Teodoro Andal Agoncillo November 9, — January 14, was a prominent 20th-century Filipino historian. He and his contemporary Renato Constantino were among the first Filipino historians renowned for promoting a distinctly nationalist point of view of Filipino history nationalist historiography. He was also an essayist and a poet. Born in Lemery, Batangas to Pedro Agoncillo and Feliza Andal, both from landed families in Batangas, Agoncillo obtained a bachelor's degree in philosophy from the University of the Philippines in Manila , in , and a master's degree in the arts from the same university the following year.


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